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How to Increase Your Priority Score in a Revised NIH Proposal

During this insightful Webinar, your expert presenter reveals how you should respond to the reviewers’ critique, the pros and cons of adding new data and aims, how to craft an effective introduction statement, recent changes in policy, common reasons for rejection by federal funders, and more. Walk away with timely and effective strategies you can implement right away.

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When Jul 21, 2011
from 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm
Where HSC: K building, Room 2035
Contact Name Laura Zanewicz
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How to Increase Your Priority Score in a Revised NIH Proposal

LIVE Webinar • Thursday, July 21 • 1:00 P.M. EST • 60 Minutes

 

Detail Provided by Principal Investigators Association:

Resubmitted applications have a much higher success rate than initial proposals — but only if you make the correct revisions and appropriate responses to your review summary statement.  During this insightful Webinar, your expert presenter reveals how you should respond to the reviewers’ critique, the pros and cons of adding new data and aims, how to craft an effective introduction statement, recent changes in policy, common reasons for rejection by federal funders, and more. Walk away with timely and effective strategies you can implement right away.

5 Key Take-Aways:

Importance of crafting an effective introduction statement
How to read the critique constructively and make the grant application better
What to leave in and out of your revised proposal
Strategies for contacting the program officer and colleagues for their understanding of the
critique
When to decide if you should change to another area of research or try a different tactic

This Webinar Is Perfect for Scientists Who:

Need assistance reworking their proposals to make them more competitive
Are unsure how to respond to commonly used stock phrases such as “descriptive” or
“ambitious”
Need to strengthen the Approach Section because 80% of the Impact score comes from
here
Have a hard time assessing whether the grant has a chance for funding even with the
revision
Have achieved a low success rate

 

All attendees will receive 1 RCR contact hour.

RSVP to Research Integrity:  Email or 852-2454

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